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THE CHAMPION BAND CONTEST. ROZELLE 1st. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 29 January 1912
THE CHAMPION BAND CONTEST. ROZELLE 1st. SYDNEY, Sunday. The New South Wales Band Cham pionship Contest concluded last night. The A grade competition resulted as follows:—Rozelle (348 points) 1, Man ly (321 points) 2, Rockdale and St. George, 283 points each, 3. Wollon gong (260) •1th1, and Bathurst (268) 5th- 1 „ , , In the tenor trombone solo, R. John son, of Orange, was second with _ 29 points, the successful player being Spinks, with 35 points.
RABBIT TRAPPERS' UNION. AN AMALGAMATION. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 29 January 1912
RABBIT TRAPPERS' UNION. AN AMALGAMATION. SYDNEY, Sunday. At a conference o£ the delegates, re presenting the rival rabbit trappers' union, held in the Trades Hall yes terday, it was decided to amalga mate under the name of tlie Amalga mated Trappers' Union. Two bran ches are to exist for tire present, one at Orange and one at Murrumburah. The officers elected wore: Mr. T. Drum, president; Messrs lice Smith and A. Caruthers, vice-presidents; Mr. E. H. Richards, general secretary; Mr. Harrv Le Strange, general organiser, and Mr. T. Reid, branch secretary and treasurer.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 29 January 1912
$ A SUCCESSION of SUCCESSES Every day sees a stream of customers pouring into the 9XL, and on going out they are laden with all the " Good Things " we are offering in all Departs ments at such ridiculously low prices. The I.X.L Sale is still Going Strong i Bargains in All Departments. JONES' I XL V I -„fc . — Lamrock and Lound Perfect Pyjamas GENTLEMEN'S PYJAMAS FOR SUMMER WEAR. THESE PYJAMAS ARE MADE FROM SPECIALLY SELECTED JAPANESE CREPE CLOTH, AND ARE THOROUGHLY SHRUNK— AND IN CUT, STL YE, FIT AND COMFORT WILL BE FOUND UNSURPASSABLE. PRICES—FOR THESE SELECTED PYJAMAS. 6/6 PER SUIT. ! Shirt Comfort Too, is a Big Item, WE HAVE ALSO SPECIALLY IM PORTED THIS POPULAR JAPANESE CREPE FOR FASHION SHIRTS. THESE SHIRTS ARE PERFECT FIT. TING, AND GUARANTED FAST COLORS. PRICE 4/6. "THE SPECIAL HOUSE FOR MEN AND BOYS'WEAR.' Next Union Bank, ORANGE. 0 - ,BENWETT If NOT, W?I¥ NOT ? ¥011; gel Toe BEST QilAUTY GOODS Gt IBs . lowest possible PRICES. ssRfl in per Trial §rner. Mote the Address PYM S...
COAL STRIKE AT MAITIAND IMMINENT. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 29 January 1912
COAL STRIKE AT MAITIAND IMMINENT. 'SYDNEY. Sunday. Unless a ballot Is tauen at the Maitland coal field it Is practically certain''that a general strike will take place next Thursday. The miners gave a month's notice not to work thtf afternoon's shift after the end of Jan uary, and it is probablo that the managers will decline to allow the morning shift to be worked. Many miners claim that it would be unwise to take suclii drastic steps as the abolition of the afternoon shift would throw hundreds of men out of work. On account of this it is believed that the ballot will not favor a strike.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 29 January 1912
How Would You Like to be in OUR SHOES? lllllllll!IIIHililllllll!;ilHlillltl>iltllIIIUiiE Nesbitt's Shoes Style Dcnate The Immense Business being done by us necessitates our se curing Larger and More Extensive and Up-to-date Premises. Therefore we offer you the Benefits of our GREAT REMOV AL SALE. , All Lines to be removed Regard less of Cost, and when we say this we mean it. Come along at once, and secure your footwear. "Procrastina tion is the Thief of Time." C. J NESBSTT, The Leading Shoeman SUMMER STREET ORANGE. Our Sale Time IS YOUR BARGAIN TIME. A Visit will Convince you that ours is THE BALE For You. | Don't Delay, Get In Before All the m I Blum Lines do. BE WITH THE CROWD AT MILLTHORPE. | WHEBE THE SALE IS. fliniinMlllllllllMlllllllillllllllllllllllllllllUlllllllimKHIIIUIlUIMIUIIUIUUnillUlf lie speedwell Cycte mi Motor Depot, VICTORIA STREET, MILLTHORPE. ALL KINDS OF REPAIRS PROMPTLY EXECUTED Full Supplies of Sundries, Oils, Petrols, etc,, always in Stock. Vulcanising Done...
The Daily Leader AND STOCK AND STATION NEWS. MONDAY, JANUARY 29, 1912 Local and General CHILD BITTEN BY A SNAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 29 January 1912
AND STOCK AND STATION NEWS. MONDAY, JANUARY 29, 191 Local and General CHILD BITTEN BY A SNAKE. A little boy, aged seven, son of Mr, W. Wraiglit, o£ Foster, was on Mon day bitten by a snalce just below tlie knee, and his brother, Willie, aged 11, tied a ligature above the bite, and with a sharp table Knife scarified the part. The boy was then conveyed to Dr. H. C. Wilson's surgery, where as the result of treatment he was soon placed out of danger. Curiously enough, the ~ father was bitten by a snake in.- the same paddock about a month ago.
J. H. CANN, M.L.A., AT BROKEN-HILL. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 29 January 1912
J. II. CAXX, DI.L.A.) AT BROKEX IIILL. SYDNEY, Sunday. Mr. J. Ii. Caiin, M.L.A., in tho courso of a speech to his constituents at Broken Hill last night, referred to Mr. Willis' occupancy of the Speak er's Chair. 1-Ie said that so far as compact was concerned lie did not recognise Willis' right to do this, that and the other. It was all very well for people to say that Willis was tho best Speaker they had had; but he thought the better was the man who could conduct business without a row and without, calling in the police. He did not recognise Willis' right to gag any member of the House.
MELBOURNE MAN'S LUCK. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 29 January 1912
MELBOURNE MAN'S LUCK. Hopes of a lucky turn in fortune's wheel arc entertained by Mr. .Tames Croskell, an old Victorian pioneer, and father-in-law of Mr. C. Gray, sec retary of the Trades Hall Council. Mr. Croskel lias been residing at Frankston for. the past sixty years, and was for some years a partner in the firm of Croskell, Ritchie, and Co., auctioneers, in the old fish market ■in Flinders-street. A few months ago. a firm of private inquiry agents made Inquiries respecting Mr. Croskell's an tecedents in America, and seem to be quite satisfied that he is the only sur viving brother of an iron master, who died in France, and lef.t property be lieved to be worth about three-quart ers of a million sterling. The family Is naturally awaiting the result of the inquiries with great interest.
MINING FATALITI IN W.A. PERTH, W.A., Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 29 January 1912
MINING FATALITI IN W.A. PERTH, W.A., Sunday. Two miners, II. Redman and T. Docking, at the Horseshoe mine, Kal goorlie, were working at the 1400ft. level, when tho lights went out. Can dles were lit, and one fell among tho explosives. Thds produced gas, which affected both men. Docking died shortly after being admitted to the hospital. Redman recovered.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 29 January 1912
found—a genuine dandruff cube. The world has been looking for years for a genuine dandruff cuic. There have been many on the market buLthe acme of all the preparations is one called "Tressoline;" it is a great "discovery, and can be used with safety. Dandruff will be a. thins of the past now, as this preparation is nffoctive of killing the germ, and in nciisecnience promoting the growth of your hair. Fox Martin, chemist, in Summer-st, has had tbe extreme good fortune to have the sole distributing agency for this vrori'deVful dantll'uft cure.
MAMBRINO AKABAHS'S VALUE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 29 January 1912
MAiMBRINO AKABAH'S VALUE. Mr. J. Nancarrow, of this town, pur chased I ho handsome trotting sire Mambrino Akabah, for 63 guineas, at the dispersal sale of Mr. C. White's stud at Kelso. Iu S weeks time he had received £90 in stud l'ees paid for the service of the beautifully proportion ed animal. The owner has now re ceived an offer of £ 175 for him, and is asking £200. The horse is under offer till Thursday fortnight to a gen tleman residing at Peak Hill. Mr. Nancarrow is rather chary about part ing with Mambrino Akabah, even at that high figure.
Telegrams. ANOTHER MOTOR ACCIDENT. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 29 January 1912
Telegrams. ANOTHER MOTOR ACCIDENT. SYDNEY, Sunday. Another accident occurred in the Wagga district yesterday. J. Jere my, his son, and Mr. Stlnson and Mr. Holdern, the chaffeur, left Wagga for Yarrangobllly Caves, and while de scending a steep mountain the breaks refused to act, and the car dashed along at a terrific pace. After travel- j ling four miles and negotiating many j dangerous curvss, the car overturned. The occupants were thrown out, and | Mr. Jeremy was rendered unconscious ! and badly knocked about. Mr. Stin- j son was injured, and the othiers es- I caped. j
A TERRIBLE MACHINERY FATALITY. MAN WHIRLED TO DEATH. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 29 January 1912
a terrible machinery ; fatality. MAN WHIRIjED TO DEATH. SYDNEY, Sunday. Alexander Burtexishaw (37), a belt maker, employed at the railway works shop at Evelefgh, was repairing a belt In a big machinery shed yester day, when liis clothing liecamo cauglut in. the machinery,, and he war, wJiirlwl w xtnm rd\tn'Q W wg WM when his clothing gave way, and he fell unconscious to the ground terri bly mutilated. His left arm was torn ! away, and his righit leg fractured. Practically the whole of his body was bruised and battered. He died shortly after.
"AS THE WORLD JUDGED HER," (Continued.) CHAPTER XXXVIII. I HAVE LOST MY FAITH IN YOU. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 29 January 1912
"AS THE WORLD JUB8EB; Eli" ■ (Continued.) CHAPTER XXXVIII. I HAVE LOST MY FAITH IN YOU. He drew her gently to the seat by the railing and forced her to sit down. He saw that mind and brain were reeling under the horrible shock, that the only thing to do was to give her perfect rest and quiet. He drew her near to him, and laid her head on his breast, so that she could not see the moon. I-Ie smoothed and hushed lier as though she had been a child, and in that hour when her weakness appeal ed to his strength he cared more for her than he had ever done before, or ever would again. He raised her face, and kissed her dark fringed eyes. 'You shall not' see tho cruel moon' ho said; 'you shall see nothing but the face of the one that loves you. With a shudder she hid both face and eyes on his heart again, . 'Vivian,' he said, gently, 'speak to me. I—I am nervous about you. You look so strange. Speak to me!' She raised her head and looked at him. He saw that the wild light had, in some measur...
DEARTH OF THE SMART BOY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 29 January 1912
DEARTH OF, THE SMART BOY. It is ii fact that there is the utmosi difficulty now in obtaining an intelli gent boy mi Orange. "Do you know where we nn get a smart boy " is the question we are asked daily, and the inevitable response is always in the negative. One business man in town li is advertised tlireo times dur ing ];11week for a boy, and none lias tur.ied up. The boy problem is becoinii;^ something like the domestic servant problem, a hard nut to crack. Of cpui iO there are boys and boys.
THE LIBERAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 29 January 1912
THE LIBERAL ASSOCIATION. ilH' Hon. W. A. Wood, M.L.A. for Bega, will address a public meeting in ".ihe Oddfellows' Hall on Friday next. This wil give the olectors of Orange a chance of hearing tho Liberal view of the present Government. As we havo already informed our readers and tho public generally, the elections are not very far off, and it is encumbent; on their parti to roll up and hear Mr, Wood's comprehensive view of the present* political party and thoir methods of handling tike reins of Government.